Yahoo! Sports reports that the
Morton was arbitration eligible and set to become a free agent after the 2014 season. In 2013, he made 20 starts in his return from Tommy John surgery, going 7-4 with a 3.26 ERA.
ESPN.com reports that the
Previous reports indicated that the
Hairston spent the last two seasons with the Dodgers and played for eight other teams over his 16-year major league career. He finished with a career .257 batting average and 147 stolen bases.
According to MLB.com,
Mulder, who has been working as an analyst for ESPN over the last three seasons, has been working out over the last month and a half and has been throwing a fastball as hard as 90 mph. He cited watching Dodgers reliever Paco Rodriguez's delivery as the inspiration for his decision to make a comeback.
Mulder compiled a 103-60 record and 4.18 ERA in 205 appearances (203 starts) over nine seasons with the Athletics and Cardinals before shoulder problems led him to retire.
The Mariners have recently been cited as one of three teams -- along with the Rangers and Dodgers -- who stand the best chance of getting Price via trade this offseason.
ESPN Deportes reports that the
Maya made only one appearance for the Nationals in 2013, but he went 8-8 with a 3.87 ERA in 24 starts for Triple-A Syracuse.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the
Sandoval has reportedly been working especially hard on his conditioning this offseason.
He is entering the final year of a three-year deal worth $17.15 million and is set to enter free agency at the end of the 2014 season, unless he receives a contract extension.
An unidentified baseball executive told the New York Post that the
According to a previous report, the Rangers would not sign Choo unless he lowered his contract demands. The Mariners maintain their interest in Choo, even though they recently agreed to sign second baseman Robinson Cano to a 10-year, $240 million deal.
According to ESPN.com, the
However, the organization reportedly has doubts about their ability to re-sign Scherzer.
The Toronto Sun reports that the
Though he played in only 118 games, Rasmus managed to clout 22 home runs while batting .276.